Definition of 'ultimate'
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In 1940, even the indomitable Winston Churchill despaired of survival, far less ultimate victory. SAN ANDREAS (1994)And he had made the ultimate sacrifice when Don Antonio's extras had soared over budget. FINAL RESORT (1994)His ultimate crime was simply having been there at the time. COMPULSION (1994)
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British English: ultimate /ˈʌltɪmɪt/ ADJECTIVE
You use ultimate to describe the final result or the original cause of a long series of events.
It is not possible to estimate the ultimate result.
- American English: ultimate
- Arabic: نِهَائِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: final
- Chinese: 最终的
- Croatian: konačan
- Czech: konečný
- Danish: ultimativ
- Dutch: ultiem
- European Spanish: final
- Finnish: lopullinen
- French: dernier
- German: letzter
- Greek: απώτατος
- Italian: massimo
- Japanese: 最終的な
- Korean: 최후의
- Norwegian: elementær
- Polish: ostateczny
- European Portuguese: final
- Romanian: final
- Russian: окончательный
- Spanish: final último
- Swedish: slutlig
- Thai: สุดท้าย
- Turkish: son
- Ukrainian: остаточний
- Vietnamese: cuối cùng
Definition of ultimate from the Collins English Dictionary
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